different ways. that's not leadership require a 60 vote majority for all these big issues. the american people want us to do these big things. they want us to work together. well, you know, frankly, there is not always a political solution to a substantive problem. i think that's a fundamental misreading of what's happened in these three elections. for him to say it's not leadership when mitch mcconnell, john boehner, john thune, paul ryan, and all these other guys have true ideological differences with what he is trying to do is preposterous. the republicans actually are doing what they are doing, bill, not because they have a personal animus towards the president, they are doing what they are doing because they think it's the best thing for the country. and, yet, the president seems to dismiss that as, you know, it's the old school yard taunts, it's tv pundits. i don't know who he was taking a shot at there when he referred to tv pundits. it's a like the president has for anyone who has a real, definitive, persistent disagreement with him.